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A fantastic opportunity is available for Neonatal Nurses to work in Bermuda. 

Bermuda Health Board ensures the highest in quality health care through service excellence, education and leadership.  They are looking for qualified, highly motivated, and experienced professionals to work in a supportive but demanding environment.

Key responsibilities include:

  •         Gives direct patient care (neonates)
  •         Assesses client/patient and family needs, formulates care plan in accordance with established nursing diagnoses, executes                             interventions, and evaluates outcomes
  •          Consults with all members of the multidisciplinary team about patients' status and progress. Ensures that the Clinical Manager/Nurse in Charge are kept abreast of changes and problems related to assigned patients
  •          Functions as a team leader when required. Utilizes clinical, hospitals and community resources. Participates in unit Quality Improvement activities and when required, approved research projects
  •          Functions as a preceptor/monitor and role model for new junior staff, as well as peer
  •          Uses equipment and supplies in a safe and economical manner
  •          Participates in committees, attends staff meetings, in-services and educational programs
  •         Takes active responsibility for professional growth and development
  •          Performs added nursing and delegated medical acts as required

Schedule: 35 hours per week over days, nights and weekends.

What we are looking for:​

  • Effective communication and critical thinking skills 
  • Registered Nurse with Bachelor's Degree or Diploma from an accredited institution
  • Current registration with the relevant Registered Body, for example, NMC
  • Minimum of two years post-grad experience as a Neonatal Nurse
  • Current certifications: CPR, I.V. Neonatal Resuscitation Programme (NRP).
  •  Experience in Physical assessment essential.
  • Demonstrated knowledge and clinical competencies
  • People who are willing to relocate for a minimum of two years 
  • Excellent English language skills (reading, writing, listening, speaking).
  • You will be required to register with the Bermuda Nursing Council.
  • Registered Nurse with Bachelor's Degree or Diploma from an accredited institution

What we can offer:

  • A comprehensive recruitment process with full support from a friendly team to help you through it
  • Up to $3000 relocation allowance, this must include payment for occupational health checks, travel and other admin
  • Travel and hospital accommodation provided
  • Full-time work with Bermuda Hospitals Board
  • Competitive Salaries

Get in touch to find out more.

For a discussion about this role or
other opportunities contact Kelly today.

kelly@headmedical.com / +44 (0)131 240 5260

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